Pictorial Entrance to the Grand Canal Tabriz Persian Rug handmade with a showpiece quality 60 Raj workmanship and a silk foundation. The details and workmanship of this Tabriz rugs are so exceptional that I featured it in the video that you can see below if you view this page on a desktop or in full view.
This pictorial Tabriz rug is a replica of the famous painting done by Bernardo Bellotto and is named Entrance to the Grand Canal. When I first saw this Tabriz rug, I was simply blown away by the details that is far beyond what most Tabriz rugs even of this quality are like. The 60 Raj Tabriz rugs are amongst the high end Tabriz carpets and in addition to featuring lots of silk in the details, it also features a silk foundation and about 400 kpsi. As I show you in the video below, the level of attention that went into making this pictorial Tabriz rug is way above the norm and it is simply a stunning piece.IMPORTANT:
Info About Tabriz Rugs
Due to the number of inquiries I receive about Tabriz rugs and the large amount of misinformation that are being peddled by online and rug store retailers, I have created my own YouTube channel where I offer factual information for you like the video below that is about Tabriz Rugs. You can see the video if you view this rug page on a laptop or desktop.
If you own or are interested in silk Hereke rugs or enjoy rare pictorial handmade rugs, please watch this video as I showcase this and another stunning Tabriz rug. This video is part of our fast growing YouTube channel which is dedicated to all things about handmade Persian rugs.
This video is part of our fast growing YouTube channel which is dedicated to all things about handmade Persian rugs.